A few weeks ago, I, and a number of the NME team, caught Iggy Pop playing an early-evening set on one of the smaller stages at Madrid’s Mad Cool festival. It was, from the moment Pop bounded out on stage, shirtless and leathery, glossy of hair, bursting with energy, a total joy, one of those gigs that makes you beam so hard your cheeks start to hurt.
Pop’s last major dates were in support of ‘Post Pop Depression’, which saw…
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